In September 1985 (after about 150 trials), the target selection procedure was simplified and the target was obtained by means of a "PEEK ()" instruction in Applesoft BASIC
that obtained a single byte from the RNG.
We created our own data base management program for microbiology, using Applesoft Basic language.
McConnell had learned Applesoft Basic at home on her own Apple II Plus.
He started his career at Apple Computer as the company's first programmer and worked on Applesoft Basic
and system software for the Apple II computer.
To convert the file back to an Applesoft program, execute it from the Applesoft BASIC
environment and save the program under a modified name.